Our club has 20 members, 10 boys and 10 girls. In how many ways can we choose a president and a vice-president if they must be of different gender?
No two students in Mrs. Vale's 26-student mathematics class have the same two initials. Each student's first name and last name begin with the same letter. If the letter ``Y'' is considered a vowel, what is the probability of randomly picking a student whose initials are vowels? Express your answer as a common fraction.
first ones 20 , 20 people, 10 people of each gender, 20*10=200 ways... Figured it out